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Studio XPS 7100, RAID 0 disk replacement

I have an AMD controller which uses RAIDXpert. It is indicating failure of one of the drives so I need to change it. At start up you can enter a ROM option RAID utility. Does anyone know how to use this to create a new LD?

Thanks.  Don

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Re: XPS 7100 RAID 0 disk replacement

AMD controller which uses RAIDXpert.

This is not a dell product and not supported here.



This driver requires the operating system/boot device to be included in the RAID array. Users seeking a standalone NVMe boot device and a separate SATA RAID storage array should use the “SATA RAID Only” driver below.

Package Includes:

  • AMD RAID Drivers
  • AMD RAIDXpert Utility

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